Periods of rain arrived with a slow-moving cold front Saturday night that is now southeast of Ohio. Showers ended in central Ohio by mid-morning, but lingered in the southern part of the state until late afternoon. Temperatures rebounded to near 80 degrees where sunshine returned north of I-70.
Tonight will bring clearing skies and cooler weather, with lows dipping back into the 50s. Labor Day will be sunny to partly cloudy and beautiful, with highs near 80, as high pressure builds in.
Tuesday will be the warmest day of the week, with highs edging into the low 80s. A cold front could trigger a shower Tuesday night and early Wednesday. The remainder of the week will turn a little cooler and feature plenty of sunshine.
Temperatures will warm a little next weekend, with showers possible on Sunday.
- Tonight: Fair, cooler. Low 55
- Monday: Sun, few clouds. High 80
- Tuesday: Mostly sunny, warm. High 83 (57)
- Wednesday: Early shower, some sun. High 77 (62)
- Thursday: Sunny, pleasant. High 75 (55)
- Friday: Sunny. High 77 (53)
- Saturday: Sunny, little warmer. High 80 (56)